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Thomas (MONNET) Monnet (1739 - bef. 1750)

Thomas Monnet formerly MONNET
Born in Calvert, Marylandmap
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Died before in Calvert, Marylandmap
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Biography

Thomas Monnet was born in 1739 the son of William Monnett and Elizabeth KENT. No descendants are known. He died in 1750 in Calvert County, Maryland.

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Taken from the book MONNET FAMILY GENEALOGY by Orra Eugene Monnette. 31. WILLIAM- MONNETT, (Isaac') son of Isaac' and Elizabeth' (Williams) Monnett ; born in Calvert County, Maryland, May 21, 1702 ; died in Calvert County, Maryland, after or about the year 1776. The will of Jeannett Kent of 1757 shows his wife to have been ELIZABETH KENT (Tucker or Dalrumple—see discussion ante p. 356). They had children, probably all born in Calvert County, Maryland. Information regarding WILLIAM- MONNETT is limited. It is known from the old tax lists (see ante p. 261), that he owned or occupied land as early as 1733. Also, by the Debt Books of Calvert County, Maryland (see ante p. 275), that he owned or occupied a tract called "William's Purchase" from 1751 until on or about 1772, containing 206 acres. THIRD GENERATION. 32. i. ISAAC^ b. about 1726, d. after 1798, m. about 1745, ELIZABETH OSBORNE, ii. THOMAS', b. about 1728. Administration of estate 1750. (see ante p. 266). No descendants are known. 33. iii. WILLIAM^ b. about 1739, m. Margaret AUnut, about 1765. iv. Elizabeth\ m. a Taney. V. Catharine', m. a Brooke. vi. Abraham^ vii. Maryl viii. Johnl ix. Jeannett', m. a Bond. X. Jamesl xi. Ninian^. xii. And probably others^ 978


Monnette, Orra Eugene's Monnet family genealogy Page 978

Children of William Monnet and Elizabeth Kent. THIRD GENERATION. 32. i. ISAAC^ b. about 1726, d. after 1798, m. about 1745, ELIZABETH OSBORNE, ii. THOMAS', b. about 1728. Administration of estate 1750. (see ante p. 266). No descendants are known. 33. iii. WILLIAM^ b. about 1739, m. Margaret AUnut, about 1765. iv. Elizabeth\ m. a Taney. V. Catharine', m. a Brooke. vi. Abraham^ vii. Maryl viii. Johnl ix. Jeannett', m. a Bond. X. Jamesl xi. Ninian^. xii. And probably others

Pages 266, 269 INVENTORY OF THOMAS' MONETT OF CALVERT COUNTY. "Calvert County: to wit" An inventory of the estate of Thomas Monett, late of Calvert County, deceased; appraised in current money by Abraham Rhodes and Joseph Fowler, July 26th. 1758. £. S. D. To Deceased's wearing apparel 14 To bed and furniture 1 5 To old pewter 15 6 To cow and yearling 2 00 To mare, colt and young horse 3 00 To 2 hoes and one broad axe 3 6 To one old trunk and loom 9 To old harrow, axe and pott and hooks.... 3 6 To breeding sow 14 To two pair of haims and ti'aces 6 To one stone jug 2 Total 9. 7. Kindred. Creditors: WM. MONETT, Jr. WM. MONETT. WM. MONETT Charles Graham & Co. Calvert County, October 16th, 1750. Came Thomas Reynolds, administrator of THOMAS MONETT, late of Calvert County aforesaid deceased. Being sworn on the Holy Evangeles of Almighty God depose and say that the within is a just and perfect inventory of all and singular the Goods and Chatties which were the deceased's that came to their hands at the time of the making and thatwhat has since, or shall hereafter, come to his hands, possession or knowledge, he will return an additional inventory, and that he knows of no concealment of any part or parcel thereof by any person whatever; and that if he shall discover any concealment, he will acquaint the Commissary General for the time being, or his deputy with such discovery on cause of suspicion that it may be inquired into; and that he will and truly give an account of all and every part of the deceased personal Estate that shall hereafter come to his hands, possession or knowledge. Sworn before Clement Smith, Deputy Commissioner for Calvert County.

Thomas Monnet Source Information Ancestry.com. Colonial Families of the USA, 1607-1775 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2016. This collection was indexed by Ancestry World Archives Project contributors. Original data: Mackenzie, George Norbury, and Nelson Osgood Rhoades, editors. Colonial Families of the United States of America: in Which is Given the History, Genealogy and Armorial Bearings of Colonial Families Who Settled in the American Colonies From the Time of the Settlement of Jamestown, 13th May, 1607, to the Battle of Lexington, 19th April, 1775. 7 volumes. 1912. Reprinted, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1966, 1995.

Description This collection consists of the entire seven volume set of Colonial Families of the United States of America: in Which is Given the History, Genealogy and Armorial Bearings of Colonial Families Who Settled in the American Colonies From the Time of the Settlement of Jamestown, 13th May, 1607, to the Battle of Lexington, 19th April, 1775.



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MONNET-12 and MONEY-7 appear to represent the same person because: Monnet-12 and Money-7 appear to be the same person having the same parents and siblings The names Monnet, Monnette and money are all used in family at various times and Generations but all are of the same family line.

Rejected matches › Thomas Money (1725-)Thomas Minot (1740-)

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